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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 6/17/2024

Adi Granov calls out DC cover artist for alleged use of AI

People are MAD.

Heidi MacDonald



Interview: DARKWING DUCK creator TAD STONES gets dangerous

The creator chats about Dynamite's latest comic line and more

By Deanna Destito -06/17/2024



William Schwartz | June 17, 2024 |

Gabriela Rodríguez Epstein (@_pichikui) gives a short behind-the-scenes presentation on her work writing & drawing DANNY PHANTOM: A GLITCH IN TIME!

June 17 2024


Gabrielle Bell


Chester Brown


Evan Dorkin


Kevin Huizenga


Roger Langridge


Jim Rugg


Adrian Tomine's "Eternal Youth"

For parents trying to look hip, no effort goes unpunished.

By Françoise Mouly

June 17, 2024


POW-litical Comics: From Ripon to the RNC

James P. Danky

Museum of Wisconsin Art June 187 2024


Interview: Vincent Zurzolo and David Quinn Talk Their Grounded Superhero Epic 'The Addiction'

Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen

May 21, 2024


What Cares for Comics? Graphic Medicine and Comic Arts with Kay Sohini and Jared Gardner

Miriam Kent

Expanding Narratives

Jun 14, 2024


Jeff Lemire Reveals New Details About Mystery BOOM! Studios Title 'Minor Arcana' (First Look)

Josh Weiss

Jun 17, 2024



The scribe of DRIVE LIKE HELL, SEA OF SORROWS and the upcoming HEARTPIERCER tells us about diving into 3W/3M with collaborator Alex Cormack

3 Worlds / 3 Moons

Jun 17, 2024


Separated At Birth: Francesco Mattina and… Everyone?

In this edition of Separated at Birth we look at artist Francesco Mattina and the similarities between his art and a bunch of others

.Published Thu, 10 Jan 2019 

by Rich Johnston

Last updated Sun, 16 Jun 2024


Jim Lee's Inking Partner Scott Williams on Francesco Mattina and A.I.

Bleeding Cool has received an inordinate amount of traffic for an old article from 2019 about Francesco Mattina being accused of swiping.

by Rich Johnston

 16 Jun 2024


'Inside Out 2' Returns Pixar to Box Office Heights [in print as With 'Inside Out 2' Pixar Returns to Big Box Office]

By Brooks Barnes

June 17, 2024: B4.

online at


Le décès d'Étienne Willem [Belgium]

Jean-Laurent Truc

17 juin 2024


Interview Étienne Willem : « Les Ailes du singe sont en fait une uchronie »

Jean-Laurent Truc

4 septembre 2017

Monday, June 17, 2024

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 6/15-26/2024


Veteran comic strip creator, director Carlo J. Caparas, 80

May 26, 2024 ,

By Bea Rollo


#116: Sliding Timeline [covid in Marvel comics]

Tom Brevoort

Man With A Hat Jun 16, 2024



Patron Of Comic Art

  Jun 11, 2024


'Inside Out 2' is a Pixar sequel worth celebrating

Stephen Thompson, Aisha Harris, Regina G. Barber

Pop Culture Happy Hour June 14, 2024


'Inside Out 2': Once more, with more feelings [in print as Once more, with even more feelings]

Review by Amy Nicholson

June 14, 2024: Weekend 20.

online at


'Inside Out 2' brings Pixar a major box office win

The sequel's $155 million opening weekend upended a string of losses by the animation studio since the pandemic.

By Herb Scribner

June 16, 2024


Weekend Spill: Personal History…Drawing Like I Used To; The Tilley Watch Online, June 10-14, 2024

Michael Maslin

Inkspill June 15, 2024


AIPT Comics Podcast Episode 279: Soo Lee reveals 'Cheetara' plans, and we unpack X-Men and Avengers updates

David Brooke and Chris Coplan

June 9, 2024


Joanne Starer signals for 'Total Suplex of the Heart'

Chris Coplan

June 13, 2024


"The Classic Ten-Year Overnight Success": On Peach Momoko's Long Journey to the Top

By David Harper

June 12, 2024


Crowdfunding considerations

If you're here for the comics you can skip this one. I just have to get this rant off my chest! (I included fun illustrations though)

Margreet de Heer

Margreet's Comics Jun 15, 2024


A Picture Book Paean to the Golden Age of LPs [in print as Animal Tracks; Cece Bell]

By Bruce Handy

New York Times Book Review June 16, 2024 : 18.

online at


ANIMAL ALBUMS FROM A TO Z | By Cece Bell | (Ages 4 and up) | Walker Books U.S. | 64 pp. | $19.99


Don Madden – RIP

D. D. Degg


Don Madden Left This Week for Studio in Heaven, But My Brother's Cartoons Will Live on Forever

Tom Madden

June 16, 2024 by maddenmischief


New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 gets 300,000 in orders

Heidi MacDonald



Sales Charts: Another week for Invincible at the top of GlobalComix for June 14th

Heidi MacDonald



'Let Us Commit Them to the Flames': The Comic Book Burnings of the 1940s

At the height of anti-comics hysteria, youth groups, churches, and schools arranged for big bonfires. And no comics—not even 'Archie'—were spared.

By Jake Rossen | Jun 11, 2024


Life, Death and Life After Death in June's Graphic Novels

Justice, feminism, freedom and cheap horror thrills make for an exciting month of reading.

By Sam Thielman

June 15, 2024


Cheers for helpful comics [Baldo letter]

Sidney Johnson,

Washington Post June 15 2024: A15

online at


Marvel Rivals: The Fun Easter Egg-Filled Hero Shooter Delivers Chaotic Action

Exclusive: The creators of new hero shooter Marvel Rivals tell us all about the work that went into assembling its impressive cast of playable characters.

  By Sam Stone | June 14, 2024


Interview : avec Philippe Xavier, Tango après Magellan, ira en Nouvelle-Zélande

Jean-Laurent Truc

16 juin 2024


Saturday, June 15, 2024

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 6/14/2024


On Webtoon Trends

Brigid Alverson on June 13, 2024


Comings and Goings: New EIC at Valiant; changes at IDW; layoffs at Marvel; Inklore hiring

Lysa Hawkins is now editor in chief of Valiant; Jamie S. Rch has left IDW

By Heidi MacDonald -06/14/2024


Lysa Hawkins, New Editor-in-Chief Of Valiant, Ron Cacace Hired

Lysa Hawkins, former Senior Editor at Valiant , has been promoted to Editor-in-Chief while Ron Cacace joins as Director of Communications.

13 Jun 2024   Rich Johnston


The Tapestry of Invasion [ Rea Irvin]

By Joyce K. Schiller, Curator, The Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies
at the Norman Rockwell Museum June 4, 2010


Latino political cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz honored by city of LA for work to inspire community

Eric Resendiz 

Thursday, June 13, 2024



John Adler – RIP [Thomas Nast biographer]

D. D. Degg


John Adler [obituary; [Thomas Nast biographer]

Posted online on June 13, 2024

Sarasota Herald-Tribune


ComicLink Sells Steve Ditko Original Art for $590K; Sets Record
Scoop June 14 2024



Another Retro Property Looming Large

Posted by Milton Griepp on June 14, 2024



On the Popularity of Action and LitRPG Manhwa and the Impact of Anime

  Brigid Alverson on June 13, 2024


Disney Wins Approval of $17B Development Deal With DeSantis Truce

The deal, which includes the company dropping an appeal of a ruling dismissing its First Amendment lawsuit, clears the path for a major expansion of the 25,000-acre resort.




'Ultraman: Rising' Review: Bringing Up Beastie

By Amy Nicholson

June 13, 2024


Review: Ultraman: Rising is one of the best films on Netflix

Beat Staff



'Moana 2' Unveils New Footage and Lead Character's Opening Song at Annecy

Ryan Gajewski

JUNE 14, 2024


James Gunn Shares Vision for His First DC Studios Project 'Creature Commandos' at Annecy

"Creating this series has been one of the absolute joys of my life," Gunn told the crowd at the presentation for the Max animated series.




Anthony Bourdain-Penned Graphic Novels to Become Adult Swim TV Show (Exclusive)

'Get Jiro!' joins comic series adaptation 'Super Mutant Magic Academy' in landing a series order from Adult Swim, while 'My Adventures With Superman' has been renewed for season three.

Ryan Gajewski

JUNE 14, 2024


'Despicable Me 4': Superhero-Spoofing Sequel Pumps Up Crowd at Annecy

Ryan Gajewski

JUNE 13, 2024


'My Dad the Bounty Hunter' Canceled at Netflix

The animated series has ended after two seasons and 19 episodes.




'Inside Out 2' Review: PUBERTY! OMG! LOL! IYKYK!

Anxiety meets Joy in Pixar's eager, predictably charming sequel to its innovative 2015 hit. Sadness is still around, too, as are Fear and Disgust.

By Manohla Dargis

 June 14, 2024,


How 'Inside Out 2' Battles Anxiety

By Mekado Murphy

June 14, 2024,

'Inside Out 2' | Anatomy of a Scene

The director Kelsey Mann narrates a sequence from his film.


Pixar's Pete Docter: If Inside Out 2 Doesn't Succeed, We Have to 'Radically' Rethink Our Business

By Eliana Dockterman

June 11, 2024


Pixar's Pete Docter tacitly admits live-action remakes of cartoons kind of suck

"It sort of bothers me," the Inside Out director admitted about the trend. "I like making movies that are original and unique to themselves."

William Hughes

AV Club June 14 2024


Just Tell Me Who Won – This Week's Links

Clark Burscough | June 14, 2024


Off Panel #452: Speed(ball) Run with Graeme McMillan

June 10 2024


YouTuber Ben Potter, 'Comicstorian' who explained superheroes to the masses, dies at 40

By Eva Hartman

June 11, 2024


Rare Superman comic sells for $189,000 at UK auction to Australian buyer

  10 Jun 2024


Librarians Celebrate Comics in the Face of Censorship

Librarians are joining forces, seeking out "the good stuff," and sharing strategic practices to counter challenges increasingly leveled at comics and graphic novels

By Brigid Alverson 

Jun 07, 2024

A version of this article appeared in the 06/10/2024 issue of Publishers Weekly under the headline: Celebrating Against Censorship


In Defense of Comic Books: PW Talks with Jeff Trexler

By Brigid Alverson

Jun 07, 2024

A version of this article appeared in the 06/10/2024 issue of Publishers Weekly under the headline: A Chilling Effect


Comics Thrive in Libraries Through Digital Lending

Comics Plus and other digital lending platforms are a growing area for the discovery and circulation of graphic novels in libraries

By Brigid Alverson 

Jun 07, 2024

A version of this article appeared in the 06/10/2024 issue of Publishers Weekly under the headline: Comics Thrive in Digital Lending


Why Would a Comic About Censorship Get Banned? [Banned Book Club]

By Brigid Alverson 

Jun 07, 2024

A version of this article appeared in the 06/10/2024 issue of Publishers Weekly under the headline: It Can't Happen Here


Medicine and Fantasy: An Interview with Doctor Elise Manhwa Artist Mini

by Rebecca Silverman, Jun 12th 2024


"This Will Be One of the Weirdest, Wildest Payoffs We've Seen in a Comic in a Generation" – Sean Von Gorman and Joey Esposito Talk 'The Pedestrian' from Magma Comix

by Ellie Egleton

June 13, 2024


Appupen - "I'm scared of AI just like everybody else"

Arunima Mazumdar

Jun 10, 2024

On his new graphic novel Dream Machine on Artificial Intelligence and on teaming up with Perumal Murugan to recreate CS Chellappa's classic jallikattu novella, Vaadivaasal


Big tech, profit, loss, and AI [Appupen]

Manjula Narayan

Books and Authors


The Daily Heller: How Harvey Kurtzman & Alfred E. Neuman Changed My Life

By Steven Heller

The Daily Heller June 11 2024


The Face Is Familiar Have We Met? [Mad magazine; Alfred Neuman ]

By Harvey Kurtzman

See the article in its original context from
January 10, 1975, Page 37


'My Favorite Thing is Monsters' returns after seven years, headaches included

By Christopher Borrelli | Chicago Tribune

June 13, 2024


Emil Ferris: My Favorite Thing is Monsters Book Two
Kurt Devine
Chicago Public Library
Jun 5, 2024


Barda IS in Ngozi Ukazu's new comic book.

It's a meet-cute story set in the torture dungeons of Darkseid's Apokolips.

Scott Cederlund

Jun 13, 2024


REVIEW: Adversary by Blue Delliquanti Is a Carnal, Must Read Novella

  Caitlin Sinclair Chappell June 12, 2024


The Dread of Table Tennis: Ping Pong, Volume One [manga]

By Shaenon K. Garrity

  June 12, 2024 Shelfdust


AIDAN KOCH: On her new collection of comics

By Maegan Dolan

June 11, 2024


Temporalities, anachronism and politics in stories of the Conquest of the Americas [Argentina, Columbia]

Peter Wade

History and Anthropology

  06 Jun 2024 and


Geoffrey D. Wessel and Dan Cornwell talk action and politics in new 'Rogue Trooper' story

The intriguing "Souther Belle" is out this week in '2000 AD.'

Chris Coplan

June 11, 2024


X-Men Monday #255 – The Jordan D. White X-It Interview

Departing X-Men Senior Editor Jordan D. White's final X-Men Monday interview.

Chris Hassan

June 10, 2024

Veteran comic strip creator, director Carlo J. Caparas, 80

May 26, 2024 ,

By Bea Rollo



Thursday, June 13, 2024

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 6/13/2024


Lead-in to This Summer's X-Men Relaunch

Posted by Brigid Alverson on June 12, 2024



On Picking and Publishing Webtoons

  Brigid Alverson on June 12, 2024


SCOOP: Jamie S. Rich, Editor-In-Chief of IDW, Quits For Something New

Bleeding Cool learnt yesterday that Jamie S. Rich, Editor-In-Chief of IDW, was quitting the San Diego-based comic book publisher.

by Rich Johnston

  12 Jun 2024 


Anxiety Takes Control—and Fumbles It—in Inside Out 2

Nine years after Inside Out charmed us all, the sequel lacks the inventiveness of the original but does have moments of bittersweet poignancy.

  by Alan Zilberman June 12th, 2024 


The Differences Between Blood Hunt #3 And Red Band Edition (Spoilers)

  12 Jun 2024  

by Rich Johnston 


JUNE 11, 2024

Son of Berenstain Bears creators reflects on his and parents' time at UArts: 'That was the most important part of my life'

Mike Berenstain, who now writes and illustrates the books, shares how influential the shuttered university was to him and his family.

PhillyVoice Staff


On belatedly discovering Walt Carr

Mike Rhode

ComicsDC blog June 13, 2024



Jason Bergman | June 13, 2024


European Comic Art  Volume 17, Issue 1


Politics and Pedagogy



The Graphic Novel as Mediation of the Anthropocene: Allegory, Ignorability, and Pedagogy in Javi Rey's Adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People 

Per Esben Svelstad


Not With but Instead: A New Framework for Teaching Graphic Adaptations in Secondary Contexts 

Robert Rozema


Low Art, 'Skits', and 'Pot-boilers'?: Re-examining the Political Caricatures of Thomas Rowlandson, 1780–1827 

Callum D. Smith


Interview with Translator Edward Gauvin 

Aubrey Gabel


The Posed and the Transposed: Wilhelm Schulz's Guardian Angel 

Pierre Fresnault-Deruelle and translated by Ann Miller

Book Reviews 

Valentina Denzel, Esther Claudio, and Eva Van De Wiele



Leonard Pierce | June 13, 2024 |


Jules Feiffer Collection Leads Swann's Illustration Art Auction

Fine Books & Collections 

JUNE 12, 2024



Multi-Emmy-Winning CG Animator Mike Milne Has Died

Mercedes Milligan

June 12, 2024


Exploring the Gap Between Reality and Memory: Torill Kove's 'Maybe Elephants' (Extended Interview)

Jennifer Wolfe

June 12, 2024

This article was written for the

June-July '24 issue of Animation Magazine (No. 341).


1 675 690 € résultat de la vente Maghen du 8 juin 2024 avec toujours Hergé en tête

Jean-Laurent Truc

13 juin 2024


TV Review: THE BOYS Season 4 is a Pizzagate parody of Donald Trump's Alt-Right

By Christian Angeles -06/13/2024



Pursuing a career in comic books [John Jackson Miller]

By Emily Conroy

May 23, 2024 / Waupaca News


Comics On Coffee Wraps Roasts with Comic Book Heroes

Howard Bryman | May 23, 2024


Our New Age of Water Comic Series

The Our New Age of Water series takes a hard and hopeful look at topics related to the present and future use of water.

Written By By Sharon Moen, Minnesota Sea Grant


Quentin Tarantino Has a Point About Superman in Kill Bill Vol. 2

The Superman thesis by David Carradine's Bill (and Quentin Tarantino) stirred controversy with fans 20 years ago. But maybe we shouldn't kill the messenger. [superhero secret identities]

  By David Crow | June 13, 2024


Spider-Man: No Way Home Fixes the Worst Spidey Story Ever Written

Marvel Studios revisits one of the most infamous comic book stories ever written, "One More Day," and finds a little more grace to it in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

  By David Crow | December 20, 2021


How New British Sci-Fi Series Supacell Beats Superhero Fatigue

Rapman and the cast of Supacell tell Den of Geek why their superpowered characters are no ordinary heroes.

  By Chris Farnell | June 13, 2024


The Boys' Showrunner Eric Kripke Explains Those Big Season 4 Guest Stars

A couple of major superstars turn up early in The Boys season 4. Showrunner Eric Kripke explains how they came to be.

  By Alec Bojalad | June 13, 2024


"There'd be no sense in doing this if we were going to pull our punches": Hunter Gorinson reveals why Oni Press is reviving the most controversial comics imprint of all time

Interview | It's alive! The president of Oni Press reveals why now was the right time to bring EC Comics back


By Will Salmon

Newsarama June 12 2024


How X-Men #700 ends the Krakoa era and sets up the new X-Men status quo

By George Marston

Newsarama June 10, 2024


Sue Seserman's "EPILECTRA" Is Available Now –Graphic Novel That Turns Disability into Superability

May 23, 2024


Evangelion Creator Hideaki Anno's Studio Releases Statement After Gainax Bankruptcy

Chike Nwaenie

CBR June 10 2024


What's next for Netflix Animation?

A look at the streamer's upcoming animation slate, including Zack Snyder's take on Norse mythology, a new Wallace & Gromit film, and plenty of IP-based projects

Cindy White

AV Club June 13 2024


Inside Out 2 review: An emotional support movie for those who still have faith in Pixar

The Inside Out sequel may be Pixar's best film in years, but that's not really saying much

Cindy White

AV Club June 13 2024


Historic Hudson Valley Unveils Groundbreaking Interactive Graphic Novel: 'Kofi's Fire' [webcomic]

May 23, 2024


Words, Images, & Worlds: Cara Florence Goldstein Returns!

Jason DeHart

Jun 13, 2024


(Episode 362): From Page to Legacy: Bill Tulp's Journey with Alexander Twilight

Barney Smith

 Storycomic Presents Jun 13, 2024


Artist Q+A: Caitlin McGurk on Barbara Shermund

Eric Reynolds


May 28, 2024


Interview: Joshua Sway talks about his newest project, SWAYONCE THE MINI ARTBOOK!

Diego Higuera



Comics, 1964-2024 podcast


0. Introduction

1 min


1. Counterculture with Art Spiegelman

4 min


2. Laughter, with Catherine Meurisse

4 min


3. Fright, with Emil Ferris

3 min


4. Dreams, with Blutch

3 min


5. As Days Go By, with Camille Jourdy

4 min


6. Personal Stories, with Étienne Davodeau

4 min


7. Colour, black and white, with Lorenzo Mattotti

4 min


8. History and memory, with Emmanuel Guibert

4 min


9. Literature, with Posy Simmonds

3 min


10. Future Fiction, with Philippe Druillet

5 min


11. Cities, with Nicolas de Crécy

3 min


12. Geometry with Jochen Gerner